- Dec 11, 2002
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A sweeping generalization drawn from one instance does not logically apply to all cases. Why would God have created humanity with curiosity? Or would you blame curiosity and interest in learning somehow to the Fall? (which hadn't happened before the case you cite). :-\SolEX01 said:^ Curiosity led to Eve eating the forbidden fruit. I guess we're all the consequences of what she learned.
This could possibly also be an "apples and oranges" fallacy since I do not see how scientific research is comparable to this example.
Oh? May I ask on what you base this assertion please? And which followers are you thinking of?The followers of Nietschze exclaimed "God Is Dead" out of sheer pride and sheer audacity.
But did he explain it correctly? I can't check his link to see if it is true, supports his claim or is from someone who is reputable to make statements on biology as I get a "Sorry, your request could not be processed because the qualifier of the URL (/science...a45634a8145785) is incorrect." message.I have to admit that I liked Demetrios G.'s amino acids explanation - a job well done <applause icon> !!
Do you like his "explanation" because it would seem to support your already held opinion? Or do you have some background and knowledge of biology and amino acids?
We have a very qualified biologist as a member of the forum. I would be interested to read what he would have to say on this when he has the time since he is in the Ukraine at the moment.